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Life is meant to be rich and full and fabulous, but if it’s too full, you lose the fabulous. It’s necessary to slow down, pare down, discard, de-clutter, and simplify.

You can’t have a charmed life unless you’re able to say no. You don’t have to give reasons, excuses, or explanations.

Change just one habit. Figure out what its opposite is, write that as your personal affirmation and glue it to your memory. And every time you actually do this thing, the opposite action of the habit you want to sever, give yourself a fabulous compliment.

Today’s charmed-life charge is “go forth and prosper,” with suggestions on getting out of debt and opening up to more prosperity, practically and spiritually.

Sometimes you just have to roll with the punches.

A bill before Congress would help people keep their pets in these hard times.

Certified life coach Victoria Moran shares a life-coaching exercise to illustrate who’s really closest to us and how to best use our relational energies.

This excerpt from Younger by the Day, by Victoria Moran, shares techniques for overcoming the invisibility many women feel that they experience when they’re no longer young.

Victoria Moran’s guest blogger, Marisa Miller Wolfson of Kind Green Planet, shares a high-rated YouTube video on the perils of modern egg production, a couple of yummy vegan recipes, and the challenge: can you go egg-free for one week?

If the politicians and PR people can spin things to suit them, you can certainly spin things to the upbeat, the positive side. An excerpt from Victoria Moran’s book, Younger by the Day.

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